Evening Times, January 19, 1895

Evening Times

January 19, 1895

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Evening Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1895, Monroe, Wisconsin THE EVENING SIXTH YEAR, NO. 295. MONKOE, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 111, 1895. PRICE TWO CENTS. HOLIDAY CAltHY I GUARANTEE AXE X'llICE JIY HAVE A STOCK IS Q UA11ANTEE IN THE FULL JtANTLE A. MILLER, The Leading Jeweler, "Wiso. Reliable Clothiers of Monroe, Are. now selling Mens' and Boys' suits Overcoats, including FUR at the new .tariff prices. We carry the best selected stock of Gloves and Mittens that will fit any sized boy or man. We also keep all the new things in Mens' and Boys' Hats, Caps and Ties, A large variety of underwear and hosiery. Also an Im- mence variety of Overalls, Cottonade Jeans Pants. Wool and Cotton Shirts. REMEMBERI! We GUARANTEE goods to be as Represented. Durst, Hodges, Knight, LESSONS IN LOYALTY. They Are Taucht By the Knights of the Globe. Aside from the military, social and insurance features of tho Knights the Globe, the order teaches loyalty to our country and our flag. Dr. W. W. Krape, the founder of the order, is in- tensely patriotic. In fact, he was a mere boy when the war broke out, yet he enlisted in the defense of liia country and like every other oil soldier, never loses an opportunity to instill into the minds of the rising generation a re- spect for tho grand old stars and slripes. "When he organized the Knights of the Grlobe he put in many features which will lead the members lo become more patriotic and more devoted to the A feature of the Knights of the Globe 13 that each year a public cele- bration shall be to be known as tbe annual patriotic banquet. As the Monroe garrison is a now child of the Globa and the constitution provides that the annual celebration shall be held until one year after the garri- son is instituted, an invitation has been extended to the members of tho Monroe garrison, together with their ladies, to be present at the .annual banquet the Freeport Sir Knights. In addition the handsome new Knights of the Globe hall will lie dedicated. The hall is located in the third story of the Tarbox building, and it is one of the best arranged halls in Freeporc, and is provided with all tho modern conveniences. Monday evening, January 28tli, lias been selected as the date for the an- nual patriotic banquet and dedication oE the hall, and an extensive and very interesting program has been arranged for the occasion. Tiie .affair will be held under the auspices OL George Washington and Abraham Lincoln garrisons of the Knights of the Globe and Marlha Washington Garrison, Daughters of the Globe. Sir "Knight W. I. Brady, who is still in charge of the Monroe garrison and worked hard for its (ill the position of muster of ceremonies. At the first meeting of the Gen. Jcre "Rusk garrison at Odd last evening it was decided to attend the exercises at Freeport, provided a special train could bo secured and a committee waa appointed to attend to the matter and report at the special meeting to be held next Friday even- ing. The- Knights of Pythias hall has been decided upon as the place of future meetings. The following are the officers of the garrison; Supreme F. W. Byers. P. Schadel. Henry Duerst. -Vice C. Uope.land. C. "Whitcomb. Lieut. Smock. Quartermaster--Albert IToehn. F. "W. Byers, one year; S. P. Schadel, two years; J. Henry Duerst, threo years. Besides these there are several other crticers to be appointed by tho com- mander and all the officers will be in stalled at the special meeting on next Friday evening. The regular meetings will be held on the Erst and third Fridays of each month. ANOTHER SHORT WEEK. The Legislature Adjourns Un- til Next Monday. MADISOX. Mris., Jan. the opening of the legislative session, a little over a week ago, seventy-eight bills have been Of these tliirty-one were senate bills while the remaining forty-seven were presented in the lower house. The eouimiltees have as yet not got down to real work on any of the bills, the only one order- ed to a third reading being the bill making the Wisconsin State Journal the ollicial state paper. This bill ca'uc up in the assembly this morning on motion of Mr. Ilovt, who reqviesU-d that the rules be suspended and the bill put upon its passage. It was passed by a strict party vote. When the bill was received in" the upper house Senator Spensley moved thu sus- pension of the rules and Concurrence in the bill. But the republican side did not have the necessary two-thirds majority and the bill went over until next week, when it will undoubtedly ho passed. Among the assembly bills introduced today was one by Mr. Alison, asking for an appiopriation for the Industrial School for Girls, at Milwaukee. It for general repairs dur- ing the years 1895-90 and for to erect new school buildings. The crime of; indecent assault was defined in a measure introduced by Mr. Thomas. It fixes the age oi con- sent at 1-1 years and provides that any male person over 1G years of age assaulting a female- child under H shall bo punished by imprisonment in the state prison for JM. Dealer in Heating" Appa- attis, Hot Water and Steam. Plumbing" estimates .fur- nished Oil SHORT NOTICE. Brass and Iron goods and Rubber Hose a Specialty. Sewer Pipe all sizes from inches up to 24 inches. Shop ;it sontli-BMsl- corner of the square, undo: the 1'ost Ollici1. M. MILES TIME JNIEW TABLE, Ooiiiff i Coins A com. Aocm. lil-iAim :H3pm 'ii-lSpni 1] lentil Sioux ililOpni W. S. Agent. v" ]V SJL Miller Son, End Side of the Square. POISON Offlco In Ulook RET01.DS1 OLD STAND C60K BtMtDI CQ. Jliyo you SoroTkroftt, Plmploo, Copmr-Colorei) Aches. Olil Ulccre In Moulh. Ilnlr- InlllnB? Wrl'O Conk Remedy XIn- I cures. W, J. Clinst, of tin; town of -li fi'.'.r son, 4 iniU-s east of Monroe and 11 miles wpslof .hula, in (irnKii county, "Wis., will sell a I'll ul lidisi-K, c.illli1. lnuis, i j fiiriu wjiudii -.mil i chicKeiiH and as well as in iry i olher articled. ?-.ili' take phici1 rn of the, assembly, a M.wn ninl Old F.-HDW. and a iniMiiiii'i-df tlii- A. IK' wns highly respecteil by Uu> riHiri1 euinniuiiily. The fniiiT.il -.vili pliice a! his h.'Mii'.1 tl'T the ul tlie Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Powder i Muniliiy. ,lan. 2i. at 10 o'clock in. bills lurius of T, L- Sl'JiMiii'.ii., Auclionaei1, Or. Price's Crcain ui Most Perfect t'owcsr irfrl' lo CTery ui- iiLlid to Gi "lUiiic. W. Ti-uki-nliroii. LOW PRICES. 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